In the state of Maryland, a Living Will is a component of an Advance Directive that outlines your healthcare instructions should you become incapacitated and can no longer communicate for yourself.

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If you pass away without a will, your state of residency determines how your estate and assets are distributed. In the legal world, this is referred to as intestacy. Every state has different intestate succession laws to distribute a deceased person’s assets.

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Most adults should have a will or at least consult with an estate planning attorney to see if one would be beneficial. Simply put, a will is a legally binding document that outlines how you would like your property and assets distributed after you pass away. If you maintain an up-to-date will, you can ensure that your…

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